busting

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Present participle of bust
Urgently needing to urinate

The kid is busting to go to the toilet.

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To lose all of one's chips
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To reduce in rank

He busted him down to patrolman for insubordination.

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To catch someone in the act of doing something wrong, socially and morally inappropriate, or illegal, especially when being done in a sneaky or secretive state
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To break something
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A sculptural portrayal of a person's head and shoulders
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The act of arresting someone for a crime, or raiding a suspected criminal operation:

a narcotics bust.

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A failed enterprise; a bomb
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{n} a half statue, pile, ancient funeral pile
Mutton Busting
(Spor) Mutton busting is an event held at rodeos similar to bull riding or bronc riding. In the event, a sheep will be caught and held still while a child is placed on top in a riding position. Once the child is seated atop the sheep, the people holding the sheep let go and the sheep then starts to run in an attempt to get the child off. Often small prizes or ribbons are given out to the child who can stay on the longest
box-office busting
having a large number of tickets sold, selling out
bronco busting
breaking a bronco to saddle
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the breasts and upper thorax of a woman
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once the well is too full to hold any more pieces you have busted and the game is over
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{f} arrest, imprison; break, tame; attack, hit; collapse under stress; fail; go bankrupt; lower in rank
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A portrait sculpture or a painting representing a person's head, neck, shoulders and upper chest, and perhaps the upper arms
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The portion of the human figure included between the head and waist, whether in statuary or in the person; the chest or thorax; the upper part of the trunk of the body
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(B) a very poor hand; a hand weak in honor cards; a hand weak for the holder's earlier bidding
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If someone is busted, the police arrest them. They were busted for possession of cannabis
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[Slang], an inaccurate forecast ~ usually a situation in which significant weather is expected, but does not occur
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A statue of a human figure from the waist up, without arms
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a sculpture of the head and shoulders of a person
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ruin completely; "He busted my radio!"
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alteration of burst
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A term used the same as the verb "to do" only with more emphasis e g "He busted a huge air over that tree "
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when the wheels come off a company's or a country's finances and default, bankruptcy or other financial horrors follow
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break open or apart suddenly and forcefully; "The dam burst"
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an occasion for excessive eating or drinking; "they went on a bust that lasted three days" a sculpture of the head and shoulders of a person
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To run out of money, especially in a tournament
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lacking funds; "`skint' is a British slang term"
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the sculptural portrayal of a persons head and shoulders
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If police bust a place, they go to it in order to arrest people who are doing something illegal. police success in busting UK-based drug factories. Bust is also a noun. Six tons of cocaine were seized last week in Panama's biggest drug bust
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to catch someone in the act of doing something wrong or illegal
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{s} impoverished, broke; bankrupt; spoilt, broken
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{i} artistic representation (sculpture, painting, etc.) of the upper part of a human body; chest, breast, woman's breasts; arrest; failure; bankruptcy; sudden economic decline; blow, hit
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You can use bust to refer to a woman's breasts, especially when you are describing their size. Good posture also helps your bust look bigger
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To run out of money, especially in a tournament I busted in the second round, when my rockets lost to 87 off suit
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If you bust something, you break it or damage it so badly that it cannot be used. They will have to bust the door to get him out
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A company or fund that is bust has no money left and has been forced to close down. It is taxpayers who will pay most of the bill for bailing out bust banks
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search without warning, make a sudden surprise attack on; "The police raided the crack house"
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an occasion for excessive eating or drinking; "they went on a bust that lasted three days"
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An emphatic to do
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without any money, broke
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If a company goes bust, it loses so much money that it is forced to close down. a Swiss company which went bust last May
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The form bust is used as the present tense of the verb, and can also be used as the past tense and past participle
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separate or cause to separate abruptly; "The rope snapped"; "tear the paper"
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a complete failure; "the play was a dismal flop"
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[Slang], an inaccurate forecast or an unsuccessful storm chase; usually a situation in which thunderstorms or severe weather are expected, but do not occur
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An inaccurate forecast, usually a situation in which significant weather is expected, but does not occur
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go to pieces; "The lawn mower finally broke"; "The gears wore out"; "The old chair finally fell apart completely"
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The head and shoulders of the emblematic Liberty seen on many United States issues including Capped Bust and Draped Bust coins
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A piece of sculpture representing the upper part of the human figure, including the head, shoulders, and breast
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Arrest
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A sculpture of a person which shows only the upper half of the body   A bust can include the head, shoulders, and chest
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A bust is a statue of the head and shoulders of a person. a bronze bust of the Queen
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to arrest for a crime
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the act of arresting someone for a crime, or raiding a suspected criminal operation: a narcotics bust
trust busting
(law) government activities seeking to dissolve corporate trusts and monopolies (especially under the United States antitrust laws)
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